Dungeons & Dragons Celebrate Stranger Things’ Upside Down Metal Concert

Dungeons & Dragons is celebrating the release of Stranger Things Season 4, Part 2 with a rating post for Eddie Munson from actor Joseph Quinn.

The following contains minor spoilers for Stranger Things season 4, now streaming on Netflix.

Dungeons and Dragons gives Weird stuffEddie Munson a shout-out for his metal moment in Season 4, Part 2.

Netflix released the last two episodes of the series’ fourth season on July 1. That same day, the official Dungeons and Dragons Twitter account posted a still from the finale, “Chapter Nine: The Piggyback,” in which Eddie (Joseph Quinn) is jamming into the Upside Down on his electric guitar. Without giving too much away of the tear-jerking finale, viewers are treated to Eddie giving a thrilling performance of Metallica’s “Master of Puppets” in the episode, which was teased by season 4 promos and caused D&D to share a “Bard Rating Message”.

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Dungeons and Dragons has a special meaning for Weird stuff since the series premiere. The show’s main characters play the game, and that’s what they call the threats their hometown faces, such as the Demogorgon, Mind Flayer, and Vecna. Season 4 introduces the Hellfire Club led by Munson, a group of Hawkins High School students who meet to play D&D together, including Mike Wheeler (Finn Wolfhard), Lucas Sinclair (Caleb McLaughlin), and Dustin Henderson (Gaten Matarazzo).

It remains to be seen whether Eddie’s guitar playing will take “Master of Puppets” to new heights, as the first part of Season 4 did for singer-songwriter Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)”. The song is used as an important plot for Max Mayfield (Sadie Sink) to protect her from the series’ newest antagonist, Vecna, after her friends discover that playing one’s favorite song can protect them from the villain invading their minds. . Streams have since skyrocketed for the 1985 song Weird stuff Season 4, Volume 1 has been released and it has spread like wildfire across social media platforms like Instagram and TikTok.

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Season 4 is Weird stuff‘ penultimate season, which is that the series will end with season 5. While there’s no word on when the final season will start filming or will be released at the time of writing, Quinn wants to be involved. “I’ll be furious if they don’t bring me back,” the actor said earlier. “I’d love to, if they want me.”

Eddie has become a viewer favorite following Season 4’s debut, which is now streaming on Netflix in its entirety, shattering previous Nielsen streaming records with 7.2 billion minutes watched during its first available week. The previous three seasons of the show are also available to binge on Netflix.

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